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Doctors and vicars support plans for new London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy site
A doctor and a clergyman have thrown their weight behind plans to expand a school for children with cerebral palsy.
The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy, in Muswell Hill, wants to build new premises so it can more than double the number of children attending the school.
It also wants to start providing more classes for Year 9 pupils and those taking their GCSEs.
Dr Peter Christian, of the Dukes Avenue Practice, in Dukes Avenue, wished the centre every of success.
He said: "Dukes Avenue Practice is pleased to hear that the centre has an opportunity to move to a new building from which to carry on their excellent work supporting children with cerebral palsy and wish them every chance of success"
The plans are part of a development including six houses and 22 flats on the site of the former Green Man pub and the centre's buildings behind it.
Money from the development will help pay for the cost of the new centre.
The pub will be refurbished and extended on to the site of the existing night club, which will be demolished.
Jim Salladin, the associate vicar of St James Church in Muswell Hill, said: “It’s wonderful that this move would enable centre to develop and expand its facilities to help children with cerebral palsy, and we give our full support to the planning application.”
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